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Old 07-23-2020, 07:31 AM
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Default Charges pending for negro kneeling on white boy child’s neck in social media photo

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UPDATE: Charges pending for man accused of kneeling on child’s neck in social media photo


Updated: July 22, 2020 - 3:17 PM

CLARK COUNTY, Ohio — UPDATE @ 3:15 p.m. (July 22):

Charges are pending review by the Clark County Prosecutor’s Office against a man accused of kneeling on the neck of a 2-year-old child in a photo shared on social media, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.

The man, who deputies identified as Isaiah Jackson, 20, has been booked in the Clark County Jail on a probation violation and remains in the jail Wednesday afternoon, according to online jail records.
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The sheriff’s office said a case against Jackson has been presented to the prosecutor’s office who will “provide a determination on the scope and breadth of the felony charges” that Jackson will face in the alleged incident, Clark County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Kristopher Shultz said in a media release. Investigators did not detail the charges Jackson might be charged with.

Deputies said an investigation was launched Tuesday after they were made aware of the photo, which shows a man with his knee on the back of a child’s neck. The child appears to be crying in the photo while a second person holds the child’s hands behind their back. The photo’s caption read “Blm now.”

Investigators made contact with the child, their mother, and Jackson. The child was transported to an area hospital for examination, however they did not suffer any injuries from the incident deputies said.

“Subsequent interview with the mother revealed that she was unaware of the photo having been taken, or its contents, until she had been informed by other parties,” Shultz said.





FIRST REPORT (July 21):

A social media photo of a man kneeling on the back of the neck of a child is currently under investigation by the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.


A picture of the post was sent into News Center 7 Tuesday, showing the man with his knee on the back of a child’s neck, who appears to be crying. A second person in the photo is holding the child’s hands behind their back. The caption of the photo reads “Blm now.”

A version of the the photo, which some might find disturbing, is available at the bottom of this news story, with the faces of the child and man blurred out.



The photo resembles the action taken by Minneapolis police officers during the arrest of George Floyd May 25 that resulted in his death.

Investigators in Clark County said they are investigating the post, however no arrests have been made and charges have not been filed.

“We are looking into this case, however it is still an active investigation. At this point we are actively looking into it and we are VERY early on into this investigation,” Maj. Chris Clark said in an emailed statement.
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Black Posts Photo of Himself Kneeling on Neck of Girlfriend’s White Son, Black Teacher Says to Kill the Child

Andrew Anglin July 23, 2020

I keep telling you that they want to kill us, but for some reason, it doesn’t seem to be sinking in. A recent situation that unfolded on social media might help you with that.

In a photo uncovered on Facebook by the Red Elephants’ Vincent James, an individual who was identified as Isaiah Jackson of Ohio posted a photograph of himself kneeling on the neck of a white toddler while another black held the toddler on the floor. The caption read “Blm now mf.”



The screaming toddler whose neck he was kneeling on was apparently the son of his white girlfriend. It’s rather easy to imagine the story here: the woman went out of the house, leaving this step-father figure with the white son, and he decided to make a “funny” picture for social media.

Apparently, after the man’s account was identified and many people called the police on him, he was arrested.

Although people on Facebook are claiming he has been charged over the photo, local media WHIO reports that after receiving calls about the photo, they went to the house to check on the child and arrested the man simply for a probation violation, and that no charges have been filed in relation to the photo at this time.

The Clarke County Sheriff’s Office said that they are looking into charging the man over the photo.



This situation has been ongoing for several days, but it has yet to be featured on any national media. We of course wouldn’t expect the mainstream Jewish outlets to report on a black man torturing a white child, but it is notable that neither Fox News nor Breitbart have found this story important enough to report on.

While the photo was still up, a black teacher from Atlanta named Brian Papin commented on the photo, calling for the man standing on the child’s neck to “lean into it until death.”




If Papin is ever questioned about this by his employer, he will certainly say he was just joking. I’m sure there was some element of joking to it. I’ve made morbid political jokes before.

However, when you see a child being tortured, and you decide to respond by publicly making a joke about killing the child, you’ve gone to a pretty dark place.
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